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Christian Filmmaking has been pulling some big punches lately. But what are we as Christians really saying when we do films? What makes a "Christian Film"? Tune into War Zone Radio to be apart of this discussion.
Here is the link for a film I am very excited for... 'Believe Me' opens Sept. 26 so click the link below and check out the trailer!
I decided to do something different w/ the show that I haven't done since I started this project a couple years back. Usually around this time of year, there's not a whole lot of sports going on; mainly baseball, soccer, & golf. That being said, I wanted to take the opportunity to do some entertaining topics that'll open the show up & expand things. So w/ this particular topic in mind, just what IS your favorite sports film or films of all-time? It could be anything. It could be an actual movie, documentary, TV show, or even commercial. Call in Wednesday night @ 6pm to voice your thoughts & answers. This is one of many different topics broadcasted on the show for the duration of the summer. We're on air for 60 minutes in another podcast of "The Rocket Sports Breakdown". Rocket Nation, get ready for a power trip.
Did you know there's really a town that was the basis for the movie "Silent Hill"? And did you know there's many other places just like it? This week on Conundrum with Cougar and Slider, we take you to places around the world that have been burning for years and for centuries and still are. Join us this Thursday, July 17th at 5:00 PM Eastern, 4:00 PM Central and 10:00 PM UK for a different kind of show!
Screenplayground Podcast kicks off with President/Head Reader Thomas Cunningham and Director Patrick Guera discussing getting experience working with short films, getting a feel for working with directors, actors and learning how your script translates to screen.
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Every since the Southeast Memorial Page & The Leaders of Change Southeast Radio Show began we have received a lot of support from you the community, and those who are in support of this movement. But also we have had a lot of silent listeners as well as silent facebook followers, and there has been conversations and feedback from those who are gang involved. They feel the opposite of how we feel. Some feel as though gang banging is a way of life and those who may have been a part of this cultural in the past and are not now have gotten soft, I also have talked to a lot of youngsters who say this culture is from the cradle to the grave".
Instead of attacking these young brothers an dsisters who feel this way, it's time we share constructive information and heartfelt experiences to try and educate those who may listen. The good news is they have been listening and following the page. WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT & YOUR INPUT FOR THIS SHOW. ANY AND EVERYONE. We need you to call in this Saturday 1:00 pm to the radio show and speak from your hearts of why you feel our younger gerneration should step away from acts of violence and gang involvement and do something positive. IF THIS IS AS IMPORTANT TO US AS WE SAY THESE YOUNG LISTENERS SHOULD BE LEFT WITH SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT. MAKE SURE YOU SHARE THIS WITH THOSE WHO CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
I don’t know about you, but there are some actors and actresses that just catch your eye. You find yourself following them through the films they have graced over their careers. Tonight we discuss some our favorites, and we hope you’ll come to embrace them too…
In 2013 PJ Bracco of Red Hook Films directed a music video, We’re In for a Long Night by The Waffle Stompers, which was screened at the Garden State Film Festival. At this year’s film festival in Atlantic City, PJ had three Official Selections, music videos When I Sing and After Life, and the official re-release of his film Goin Down which he wrote, directed and starred in (best line from the movie: You can do anything you want to do in life Joey... just don't get caught.) And the winner is -- After Life by Camryn James and directed by PJ Bracco, for Home Grown Best Music Video Award! An alumni of Boston University’s College of Theatre Arts, PJ holds a BFA in acting. He’s an award-winning actor/director and has worked in theatre and film from Boston to NY. Credits include Dopey in Balm in Gilead, Hamm in Endgame, Paul in the award-winning feature The Court, The Smoker in The Gambler’s Club, and Paul Raimo in Raimo’s Price. In 1997 he launched his company Red Hook Films, right out of his own living room in Red Hook Brooklyn, and has been developing and producing films ever since. Red Hook Films® is a full service motion picture production company that creates features, shorts, commercials, and music videos. Some of Red Hook Films’ productions include The Court, Goin Down, Ursa Minor, Stocks Bonds and Notes, and The Goner. Recently PJ created the Red Hook Films® Web Series Screenplay Competition which incorporates the specific theme of THIRST. There will be much more on that when we speak to PJ. After the interview, please visit After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more information.
On the latest episode of the BIG show, we've reached the half-way mark for the year in movies and we'll be joined by two film critics, Kevin Sampson (Picture Lock) and Jeffrey Lyles (The Lyles Movie Files) to look at the best and worst films of first six months of 2014. In addition, we'll look at the films that may be contenders this awards season.Plus, we'll have entertainment news and reviews of the big Independence Day releases, Tammy and Earth to Echo all on Episode 254 of Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.
ON CONNECTION "LIVE" TODAY W KIZZIE $ TONY!! TV HOST AT PHAROAH FILMS, FOUNDER AT "TEEN'S ROCKIN THINGS". ACTOR, SINGER. SUPPORTER AT ORDER MY LIFE PRODUCTIONS..HER PROJECT SINGLES: KISS MY MIND, AND LETS GO..
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